Machine generated code that's possbly buggy and certain to be a rehashing of code someone already wrote before
Machine generated analysis of ways that the code I wrote is buggy
... sigh, I guess I know which way the industry would prefer to jump, but I think I'll keep my current copilot, the ghc type checker.
@joeyh Galaxy Brain: Don't let machines tell you how to code machines. You're the programmer, act like it!
@joeyh it feels like there’s roughly two ways of designing more powerful code autocompletion: either with type systems or by rehashing old code a scraper found in a repo somewhere.
… and for some reason, everyone’s chasing the latter?
I mean, stuff like wingman for haskell is enormously cool, but last I checked there was exactly one person working on it.
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